Published in Vaccine Weekly, December 25th, 2002
"World-wide each year, 30-55% of the target population is vaccinated against influenza," said Margot A. Tacken and colleagues at the Universities of Nijmegen and Maastricht in the Netherlands. "Determinants of successful vaccination programs are not clear. This study was aimed at identifying practice- and patient-related factors that determine differences in vaccination rates."
The investigators examined the...
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